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The Werner Wildlife Museum was constructed by Herman Werner in 1964 to house his personal trophy collection. On November 30, 1970, Mr. Werner graciously donated the building and all of its collections to Casper College. The focus of the museum is on Wildlife Native to Wyoming, but the museum also houses many animals from around the world.

The Werner Wildlife Museum is located at 405 15th street; just a short walk from the Casper College campus. The museum is free and open to the public. Tours are available by appointment!

  • Monday-Friday: 9 am – 5:00 pm
  • Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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Mission and Purpose of the Museum:

The Werner Wildlife Museum is a resource center as well as a multiuse classroom. Although the focus is on Wyoming Wildlife, it is suitable as a resource and classroom area for all disciplines including education, art, environmental science, and other biological related fields. The museum can supports students of all ages and serves the community as a place of continuing education. It is free and open to the public.

The mission of the Werner Wildlife Museum follows the themes proposed by Casper College and the School of Science.

To provide opportunity to students, residents, and visiting public for quality educational experiences and to promote a culture of awareness and appreciation for the natural world.

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Museum Staff:

  • Deanna K. Schaff - Werner Wildlife Museum Director
  • India Hayford - Werner Wildlife Museum Assistant
  • Patti Wood Finkle - Exhibits Specialist
  • Melissa Connely - Werner Wildlife Museum Curator
  • Grant Wilson - Dean for the School of Science
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